Network airing political and public affairs programming for the United States, including live video feeds of Congress in session. [Description from dmoz]
National Cable Satellite Corporation is a political junkie. The not-for-profit company (better known as C-SPAN, which stands for Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network) was created in 1979 by the cable industry as a public service to provide live coverage of the US House of Representatives. The corporation's C-SPAN, C-SPAN2, and C-SPAN3 air public proceedings such as congressional sessions, White House press briefings and speeches, British House of Commons sessions, and other political and public affairs programs. C-SPAN also runs a radio network with content similar to its TV broadcasts, and publishes six Web sites. The company gets its funds from monthly license fees paid by cable television systems. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 2.7 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor uses Fandango and reads The Wall Street Journal.
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